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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Scottish Roots: From gravestone to website: The step-by-step guide to tracing your Scottish Ancestors

    £6.99
    Alwyn James's revised guide to genealogy provides the answers Clear step-by-step instructions and useful advice for tracing your family tree
    ISBN: 9781842820902
    AuthorAlwyn James
    Pub Date01/06/2005
    BindingPaperback
    Pages179
    Availability: In Stock

    For anyone interested in researching family history, Scottish Roots is a fundamental tool in tracing your Scottish ancestry.

    In this excellent step-by-step guide, Alwyn James illustrates just how easy it is to commence the research process and gradually compile a meaningful family tree. James navigates the reader through the first steps of sourcing family details, making contact with distant relatives and collating new information.

    This easy-to-use guide explains how to begin searching for family records in New Register House, the Scottish Record Office, and local libraries and folk museums. In detailed but user-friendly terms, James provides information on the costs associated with record searching, along with useful advice on maintaining realistic expectations during your research.



    This new and updated edition includes information on how to utilise electronic resources and the internet to access family data - a must if conducting research from an overseas base - is essential for anyone interested in discovering their Scottish roots.

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    For anyone interested in researching family history, Scottish Roots is a fundamental tool in tracing your Scottish ancestry.

    In this excellent step-by-step guide, Alwyn James illustrates just how easy it is to commence the research process and gradually compile a meaningful family tree. James navigates the reader through the first steps of sourcing family details, making contact with distant relatives and collating new information.

    This easy-to-use guide explains how to begin searching for family records in New Register House, the Scottish Record Office, and local libraries and folk museums. In detailed but user-friendly terms, James provides information on the costs associated with record searching, along with useful advice on maintaining realistic expectations during your research.



    This new and updated edition includes information on how to utilise electronic resources and the internet to access family data - a must if conducting research from an overseas base - is essential for anyone interested in discovering their Scottish roots.